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What Will School Reopening Look Like In Montana? It Depends

For the first time in months, students will be heading back to class in-person. What schools look like will depend on each school district, their community and what public health officials are comfortable with. Montana Public Radio’s Aaron Bolton joins Corin Cates-Carney to explain.

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MTPR's Nora Saks Wins Schorr Prize For 'Richest Hill' Podcast

Nora Saks, the reporter and host of Montana Public Radio's Richest Hill podcast has been awarded the 2019 Daniel Schorr Journalism Prize. Richest Hill dives deep into the history of Butte, MT to tell the colorful and complicated story of how the city became one of America's most notorious Superfund sites. Nora and producer Nick Mott have released 8 episodes in the 10 part series.

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Arts & Life

Seamus Egan Weeps Not For The Memories; He's Having Too Much Fun

Host John Floridis catches up with Seamus Egan : teen prodigy, multi-instrumentalist, film composer, bandleader and co-founder of the beloved Irish-American band, Solas. If you've watched the film "The Brothers McMullen" or listened to Sarah McLachlan’s “ Weep Not for the Memories ,” you've heard Egan's compositions.

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National News

Trump Opposes Postal Service Funding But Says He'd Sign Bill Including It

Updated 7:09 p.m. ET President Trump on Thursday attempted to soften remarks he had made hours earlier in which he appeared to confirm that he opposes Democrats' proposed boost in funding for the U.S. Postal Service because he wants to make it harder to expand voting by mail, claiming his only goal in denying the agency funds is to ensure the integrity of the Nov. 3 election. While Trump has long railed against mail-in voting , falsely claiming it leads to rampant fraud, during his regular...

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